The White House has posted inaccurate texts of President Trump's own executive orders on the White House website, raising further questions about how thorough the Trump administration has been in drafting some of his most controversial actions.
The IFLA’s Law Libraries Section and the Subject Analysis and Access Sections will be jointly hosting a two-hour open session during the 2017 conference in Wroclaw, Poland. We are seeking papers that highlight innovative and effective ways of applying subject access to legal resources. While the session will focus on optimizing subject access to legal information, most if not all of the program will have broad application to subject access in all types of libraries.
[ This post was contributed by Daniel Poulin, the founding director of CanLII, the first open-access publisher of law outside the United States, and a good friend of ours for many years ]. The Origins In the eighties and nineties, the nascent Internet was closely connected with a culture of sharing. In those times, sharing [...]
From a Wellcome Trust Blog Post: For more than 25 years, researchers in disciplines such as high-energy physics and mathematics have been able to access the very latest research findings in the online repository known as arXiv (pronounced 'archive').
UPDATED: Prepared Testimony of Professor Thomas Bruce, Director, Cornell Legal Information Institute and Others at Feb. 14, 2017 U.S. House Judiciary Committee. Intellectual Property, and the Internet Subcommittee. UPDATED: Jonathan Zittrain (Harvard U.
In the wake of the disappearance of public information from US official websites and of orders from the new US administration silencing federal government experts and scientists from agencies such as the Environmental Protection Agency, American library associations have been raising their voices...
President Donald Trump recently signed a series of executive orders that have the potential to impact Washingtonians who are working, living, studying or visiting here with a visa, green card or as a refugee. Gov. Jay Inslee has spoken out against these orders, pledging that Washington will remain a state that welcomes people of all faiths, nationalities and orientations. The governor is supporting a suit filed Jan. 30 by state Attorney General Bob Ferguson to challenge the constitutionality of some of the president’s orders.
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